Out West the family seeks out the paranormal, hunting ghosts with the latest, most sophisticated devices. Their searches take them to several eerie places, including a remote forest, a ghost town and a sacred burial ground. They also explore an isolated Native American stream and investigate an Indian Pow Wow.
Not long after settling into their new home, Christina adopts Neewa, a half coyote female puppy with a mysterious secret. But when the puppy becomes deathly ill, the girl is determined to find a doctor to save her pet. When a shaman vet miraculously turns up, he supplies a charm, a potion and an incantation for Neewa to save her spirit.
Danger lurks around every corner but the sisters surprisingly find protection in most unusual ways through a medicine woman, mythological animals, herbs and other mystical means.
Throughout their extraordinary experiences the young sisters face various dimensions of fear and joy.
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About the Author
Neewa the Wonder Dog and The Ghost Hunters. Vol. 1 The Mystery of the Indian Medicine Woman is Revealed! My book can be downloaded or read on PENGUIN'S BOOKCOUNTRY.COM, BARNSANDNOBLE.COM, SMASHWORDS.COM, FREE-EBOOKS.NET, GOOGLE BOOKS.com, Amazon.COM, LULU.COM, Free-Ebooks.net, NEEWATHEWONDERDOG.COM, AND NEEWATHEWONDERDOGANDTHEGHOSTHUNTERS.COM. Since going on the web in Feb 2012 the book has HAD TENS OF THOUSANDS DOWNLOADS that I know of on many sites and in any format you want. On Smashwords.com it is Premium Approved. Some versions on the above sites are outdated with errors corrected in newer versions.
It has a 5 of 5 Star Rating on Free-Ebooks.net and a 4.5 of 5 Star Rating on barnesandnoble.com (with few raters.)
Since going on the web in Feb 2012 the book has been downloaded tens of thousands of times that I know of.
I am blessed with 2 daughters. I look forward to finishing 2 more volumes of the Neewa the Wonder Dog and the Ghost Hunters series. I attended various schools and colleges in three states attaining a Masters Degree. Around this time I served in Americorp, VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) for 1 year assigned to a Native American Council out west. I have not uploaded the most recent edit as I will have to go through the "premium process" again so I am aware of "errors" in this version. Example worriers/warrior.